Abolishing the public register of shareholder revolts ‘won’t stop capital providers exercising their democratic rights’, letter states.
The LSE’s response to the government’s panicky U-turn on governance regulation is not helpful to NEDs and other stakeholders.
The CEO’s departure and return have raised questions about the state of governance at the trailblazing ChatGPT creator.
Although the government cancelled the requirement, resilience disclosures ‘cannot be wasted effort’, says senior auditco chair.
Board duties should go ‘beyond their traditional role of representing shareholders’ interests’, writes a group of 15 academics.
The number of shareholder proposals calling for a vote on severance packages has skyrocketed, finds proxy adviser ISS.
Business success depends on purpose—and therefore ethics—being the top item on any organisation’s board agenda.
Government legislative agenda sees FRC reduce governance code revisions, but declaration on controls survives the cull.
Its methodology came under fire, with some critics also pointing out it was wrong to focus on the business case for investing in women.
Further delay ‘will not achieve the aim of restoring trust in audit and corporate governance’, says Deloitte managing partner.